The Indiana Hoosier Lotto
Indiana Hoosier Lotto
The Hoosier Lottery is run by the government of Indiana. It is the only US lottery that uses the state's nickname, rather than the state name itself, as its name. It is a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL). Odds of winning the Hoosier Lotto are 1:7, which is higher than almost all lotteries. Hoosier Lotto was the first Indiana lottery. It is played on Wednesday and Saturdays, and uses a 6/48 matrix. The jackpots begin at $1 million; after two drawings without a winner, the jackpot increases by $500,000 per draw.